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How different is the work of a real-life private investigator to the work of Hercule Poirot? In this episode, host Rebecca Thandi Norman interviews her sister (!) Ashley Norman, who is a former private investigator. They discuss how Poirot's work is similar to her own, whether there are really "famous" detectives, and the plot of The A.B.C. Murders. This is our last episode of season 1. Season 2 will start in fall 2023, but keep an eye out for a few fun episodes in between seasons this summer. Thank you for listening to "Tea & Murder: An Agatha Christie Podcast!"
Need to read something between seasons? How about a few books written by our guests this season:
First Class Murder by Robin Stevens (inspired by Murder on the Orient Express):
The Leftover Woman by Jean Kwok
The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah (a New Hercule Poirot Mystery)
Consumed: The Need for Collective Change: Colonialism, Climate Change, and Consumerism by Aja Barber
God Spare the Girls by Kelsey McKinney
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